ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anuj Tikku is a famous Bollywood actor and the leading face in several TV commercials and Bollywood films. He has a Management Degree from IMT Ghaziabad and an Engineering Degree from the University of Manchester. Currently, he runs a travel blog called TikkusTravelthon.in and has spoken in several blogger conferences as an expert and a motivational speaker.
Q. When did you first realise you wanted to become an author?
This was after I had left Mumbai and started doing religious travelling, during this phase I started my blog www.tikkustravelthon.in. Starting the blog gave me the discipline to write and travelling gave me many stories that I could write about. For five years I converted my writings into books and then figured out ways to sell them online and monetise my writings.
Q. How did your life change after your father's death?
I had to leave Mumbai and reinvent myself completely. I was left all alone that is where travelling helped. On the other hand, writing helped me figure out my emotions and gave me a creative outlet.
Q. How was your experience working with Shahrukh Khan as an actor?
Great. I had a few scenes with him in Rab ne Bana di Jodi. He was reserved on the set and was smoking all the time. My director Aditya Chopra was happy with my work and that was great. I did manage to chat with him about his IPL team and asked whether he was making any money out of it or not.
Q. How did you come up with the idea of publishing the book Nineteen on the COVID-19 pandemic?
This lockdown and the entire change of situation inspired me to write Nineteen. Most of the characters in the book are inspired by real-life individuals. For example, Yamini Kaul is inspired by Elizabeth Homes the CEO of Thrones, and the character of the Monk is inspired by Dandpani a Mystic Himself.
Q. Your book I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma is a college campus story. Tell us what inspired you to write this book?
It is the story of the love of my Campus life and my college days. I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma is a Phycological Campus Erotica with some great humour and Campus fun.
Q. Is your book Party Girls based on your personal experiences and observations?
Yes! It is. I had sex with all seven girls in the book and then wrote about it. I lived it first and then wrote about it through my personal experience.
Q. Tell us something about your upcoming book or project.
As of now, I am focused on making a web series out of my book I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma. I have made songs for it and I am busy casting for it currently.
Q. What is your work schedule like when you're writing?
I generally write at night and look for inspiration around my environment. If something catches my attention, I make sure to write about it. I also write 2000 words a day.
Q. What do you like to do when you're not writing?
I watch YouTube videos and meditate. I meditate for hours sometimes and these days I am busy doing that.
Q. Out of all the books that you have written. Which is your favourite one?
Without a doubt, I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma is my best although the book has only sold 200 copies so far.
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I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma Book Review
I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma is a short romantic comedy that will arouse your senses and make you feel satisfied. A mix of joy, wonder, and romance, this book is a must-read for everyone venturing into the world of short stories.
If you’re in the mood for some romantic fiction, look no further!
This book is a deep cultural insight into the lives of individuals torn between their identity and the complications of a new world. They seek love, success, and try to outperform others in the most realistic way possible, which in turn establishes a link between the readers and the characters.
With a quirky imagination, this interlinked anthology revolves around the lives of college students who are extremely unique in their very own way. The stories are extremely thought-provoking, wryly funny, and unputdownable to say the least.
People who loved watching Sex Education Netflix Series would love reading I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma. It is the Indian college experience that every bunking student dreams of. Overall, if you are unhappy with the way corona-virus has f*cked your life, and want to give your mind some peace, read this book. Click here to buy it!
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AUTHOR: Anuj Tikku
GENRE: Literature and Fiction
ABOUT THE BOOK
I Also Slept With Rashmi Verma is a college campus story with a central love interest forming the backbone of the book where the author loves the lead protagonist Rashmi Verma and tries unsuccessfully to have sex with her only to succeed right at the end. She, in turn, sleeps with all his friends and denies him all the time. This central theme of erotic love forms the backbone of campus life with college festivals, group fights, pot-smoking, chaddi grabbing, and stealing of examination papers. You will meet quirky characters like Peanut John, Raizada, Ani Bahal, and Mama Molester. Come get laid this winter. She is waiting - our very own Rashmi Verma. It is going to be one f*** of a read.
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NINETEEN BOOK REVIEW
A book on Coronavirus! You heard it right. Author Anuj Tikku has delivered a thriller inspired by COVID-19 titled NINETEEN. Pandemic which has caused more than 900,000 deaths around the world is the new India's thriller plot. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.
The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes. At this time, there are no specific vaccines or treatments for COVID-19. However, there are many ongoing clinical trials evaluating potential treatments. The book is based on these ongoing clinical trials and how India can fight back and defeat the virus.
Nineteen by Anuj Tikku is an example of HOPE. The book makes you believe that there is light despite all the darkness. Tomorrow could be the day you've been waiting for. The pandemic will only make you stronger and the smallest decisions that you take now have the power to change your life forever. The name of the book is inspired by COVID-19 itself. Its plot revolves around every trending topic related to coronavirus that India experienced in the last 7 months.
The book talks about Lockdown and how it was crucial for stopping the growth of new corona cases. It also discusses how Tablighi Jamaat was scandalized by some political parties and media houses by spreading fake news. The religious divide that India faced during the initial stages and how the Muslim community was targeted is also covered in detail.
The book also makes you remember the Ebola virus and Gujrat Riots. It also discusses how some businesses are gaining from the current pandemic and are vital for the country's growth and future. It is well researched and has a strong plot. The characterization is also amazing and out of all the characters Danpani the SriLankan Mystical monk is my favorite.
Overall, Nineteen is a ground-breaking novel about coronavirus that will take you on a whirlwind of emotions with its utterly fantastic story. Everyone should read it at least once. So, go ahead and buy this book from Amazon now!
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AUTHOR: Anuj Tikku
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Party Girls: Nothing is Taboo
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